Filed under: Freestyles,Killa Queens,Steady Bootleggin'
Written by: Robbie Ettelson
Following on from Rudy’s finest solo shots, here is some of his better work with other dudes. It’s amazing what a Flush verse and a Buckwild remix can do for an otherwise mediocre record from an otherwise unexceptional indy rapper, as Lace Da Boom‘s “Cut That Weak Shit” is given a much-needed makeover. Big Pun, NORE and Flush over The Meters’ “Hand Clapping Song”? That’s white-label gold right there. Big Ran, who happens to be Royal Flush‘s brother, only provides the hook for “No Love” but also receives top billing on the song. Go figure. “Queens Represent” is another “never made retail” cut from the Ghetto Millionaire sessions, as the Wastelandz crew all get a piece of the action, while Tommy Tee recruits a solid team for “No Holds Barred” (although it would have made more of an impression if F.T. had rapped and made Matt Fingez do the chorus instead). Rounding off proceedings is the Big L and Flush freestyle, which is sometimes labeled as “Flamboyant 2” although it’s clearly just some mixtape shit.
Lace Da Booms feat. Royal Flush and Quazimodo – “Cut THat Weak Shit” (Buckwild Remix)
Royal Flush feat. Big Pun & Noreaga – “Clap Your Hands”
Big Ran & Royal Flush – “No Love”
Royal Flush feat. Wastelandz – “Queens Represent”
Tommy Tee feat. Royal Flush, Matt Fingaz, F.T. & M.O.P – “No Holds Barred”
Royal Flush & Big L – “Freestyle”
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